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Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated to honor Lord Ganesha. According to Hindu scriptures Ganesha is the elephant-headed God, also known as Vighnaharta, the remover of obstacles, and Buddhi Pradaayaka, the one who bestows wisdom. He is the God of beginnings and hence the first deity to be worshipped before any religious ceremonies.

Ganesha is the God of the masses and Ganesh Chaturthi brings together the people of all religion, caste and creed. It is celebrated all over India, but the festivities are at its grandeur in Maharashtra, Telangana, and Karnataka. During this festival beautifully crafted clay idols of Lord Ganesha are installed in homes or public pandals (temporary shrines or mandapas made by people from a particular sect or locality) and worshipped for ten days. The festival ends with the immersion of the idols on the eleventh day in a body of water, such as a river or lake. The idol is immersed traditionally with extensive fanfare. Depending on tradition and commitment certain homes or pandals celebrate this festival for a day and a half, three days, five days, or seven days.

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Ganesha is Vighneshvara or Vighnaraja or ‘Vighnaharta’, the remover of Obstacles in the path of success. Ganesh symbolizes a connection with the Roots to achieve stability and strength to overcome all hurdles. Eight mukhi rudraksha gives it’s wearer support and stability in life

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The auspicious Lord of new beginnings has stepped into our homes as we prepare to celebrate the ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi festival next week. The birthday of Lord Ganesha is traditionally observed in the month of Bhadrapad, starting on shukla chaturthi, the fourth day of the waxing moon.

The benign Ganpati is surely the most worshipped God in our country for he is the remover of all obstacles.


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